What the papers say Manchester United are looking to make a £120million move for Paulo Dybala if Romelu Lukaku leaves in the summer, The Sun reports. The Argentinian Juventus star has impressed Old Trafford scouts, and has been identified as a player who could help United challenge for the Premier League title, the paper claims. Juventus are reportedly reluctant to sell the 25-year-old but could be tempted if an offer around the £120million mark came in.
What the papers say Manchester United are preparing to fight Paris St Germain for Jadon Sancho, which could lead to the Borussia Dortmund winger becoming the first £100million English footballer, the Daily Telegraph claims. The 18-year-old is the top summer forward target for both clubs after impressing following his £8million move to Dortmund in August 2017 and the Bundesliga leaders know interest from both clubs will drive his price higher, the paper says.
What the papers say Liverpool are set to target Uruguay forward Maxi Gomez, according to The Sun. The paper says former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has told friends at Anfield that his international team-mate is the real deal. The Celta Vigo player is also wanted by Chelsea in a £35million summer deal, the paper adds.
What the papers say With Claudio Ranieri’s reign over at Fulham, talks is now moving to who is in line to replace him. According to the Mirror, Bristol City’s Lee Johnson and Kilmarnock’s Steve Clarke are the front runners to take the helm in the summer, as it was announced Scott Parker will take up the caretaker role until the end of the season.
Chelsea have received angry and bemused responses from their fans after sharing a post on Twitter about summer transfer targets, despite FIFA banning them from making signings.
Chelsea have faced anger from their fans after they shared a post on Twitter about summer transfer targets, despite Fifa banning them from making signings.
Chelsea have been barred from making any signings until July 2020 as punishment for breaking FIFA regulations over the transfer of minors.
Chelsea have been handed a two-window transfer ban for breaching FIFA regulations over the registration of minors.
Chelsea and the Football Association have been sanctioned by FIFA’s disciplinary committee for breaching regulations over the transfer of minors, the world governing body has announced.
What the papers say Zinedine Zidane has three key conditions that need to be met if he is to take over at Chelsea from under-pressure Maurizio Sarri, The Sun reports. They are said to be: 1. Sign Eden Hazard on a new deal that would make him the squad’s central figure. 2. Free up £200million for team improvements. 3. Be a deciding voice alongside director Marina Granovskaia.